It would be easy to take the story of Please Look After Mom at face value, but Ms. shin warns against over-literal interpretation.
“I had shin splints,” Rossi recalls as she takes small bites of a breakfast frittata.
So upon his release in 1997, Yousef agreed to a meeting with shin Bet.
shin Bet questions Israeli activists linked to upcoming ‘fly-in’ protest.
One of the most famous directors of this era was shin Sang-ok (신상옥).
Simple at first, these outgrowths by partial splitting, become differentiated into thigh and shin.
Then, in sudden viciousness, Link kicked out, taking Dave in the shin.
A smart rap on the shin accompanying these words, Neb gave in on the instant.
John's shin was badly bruised, and Perry Alford had wrenched his ankle.
It cut his leg sharply, and, with a curse, he began rubbing his shin and looking at the thing.
Old English scinu "shin, fore part of the lower leg," from Proto-Germanic *skino "thin piece" (cf. Dutch scheen, Old High German scina, German Schienbein "shin, shinbones"), from PIE root *skei- "to cut, split" (see shed (v.)). Shin splints is attested from 1930.
"to climb by using arms and legs" (originally a nautical word), 1829, from shin (n.). Related: Shinned; shinning.
The front part of the leg located below the knee and above the ankle.